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May 7, 1976 55-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rivka Sapir
Dies in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Mrs. Rivka Sapir, widow of
the late Pinhas Sapir, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency
and World Zionist Organi-
zation Executives, died here

-

RIVKA SAPIR

eek of cancer at age
laL
54.
The Sapirs were married
in 1974, two years after the
death of the former Finance
Minister's first wife, Shos-
hana, who also succumbed
to cancer. Sapir died of a
heart attack in the summer
of 1975.

Emma Schreier

Emma Schreier, past
president of the Greater
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women, died May 5 at age
74.
Born. in Russia, Mrs.
Schreier lived 67 years in
etroit. She was a member
f Chana Czenesh Chapter,
ioneer Women; and Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel. She
resided at 31156 Huntley
Square E., Birmingham.
' She is surved by her hus-
band, Jacob; two sons, Ber-
nard and Aaron; a sister,
Mrs. Nathan (Rose) Shapiro
of Los Angeles, Calif.; and
11 grandchildren.

i

Mrs. Rae Kaufman
and her family: Mar-
vin Kaufman, Sheila
Oberndorf and daugh-
ter-in-law, Beverly
Kaufman, wish to
thank all their dear
family, friends and
neighbors who were
with us in our loss of
Our Beloved Son,
Husband, Father
and Brother,

MITCHELL
KAUFMAN.

The Family
of the Late

Dr. ISRAEL Z.
SILVARMAN

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
- he many kind expres-
4ons of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

The Family
of the Late

MAX L.
SUBAR

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

David L. Meckler,
Edited Jewish Day

NEW YORK — David L.
Meckler, editor-in-chief of
The Day — Jewish Journal,
which ended publication in
1971 after 57 years as the
largest Yiddish-language
newspaper in the U.S., died
last week at age 85.
Mr. Meckler previously
had been editor of The Jew-
ish Morning Journal, which
was merged in 1953 with
The Jewish Day.
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
Meckler joined The Journal
shortly after his arrival in
the U.S. in 1907.
He was the author of
books in Yiddish about the
Hasidim and wrote in En-
glish, "Miracle Men: Tales of
the Chassidim," and
"Miracle Men: Tales of the
Baal Shem and His Chassi-
dim."

Chaim Goldwater,
Detroit Rabbi's Kin

Rabbi Chaim Ruven Gold-
water, father of Southfield
Rabbi Harry E. Goldwater
of Ha-Ner Ha-Tamid and
rabbi emeritus of the
United Synagogue of
Greater Leeds in England,
died April 13 at age 86.
The elder Rabbi Goldwa-
ter served his congregation
continuously for more than
50 years. He was the past
president of the Rabbinical
Association of Northern
England.
Besides the Detroit rabbi,
Rabbi Goldwater is survived
by another son, Dr. Leo of
Leeds; three daughters,
Mrs. Betty Hall of London,
Mrs. Ray Hardy of Amster-
dam, Holland, and Mrs.
Essie Myers of Leeds; a sis-
ter in London; and 11 grand-
children. Interment Leeds.

In Loving Memory
of Our Def rly
Beloved
Mother and
Grandmother

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OBITUARIES

ANNA ARFA died May
3. She leaves her husband,
Carl; two sons, Jerome and
Yale; a daughter, Mrs. Alvin
(Rosalind) August; three
sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Ger-
trude) Lieberoff, Mrs. Louis
(Mollie) Silverman and Mrs.
Nate (Dorothy) Goldman; 11
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

ALBERT (ALTER)
BECK of Toronto died April
21. He leaves three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Shirley Arnold of
Livonia, Mrs. Stuart
(Nancy) Wilhelm of Farm-
ington Hills and Mrs. Victor
(Rose) Rubinoff of Toronto;
and eight grandchildren.
Interment Toronto.
* * *
yErrA 'BERKOWITZ,
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
May 3. Survived by two
step-sons, Jacob and Louis.
* * *
SYLVIA BERSON, for-
mer Detroiter of Lynhurst,
Ohio, died April 30. Sur-
vived by her husband, Al;
two daughters, Mrs. Monty
(Joanne) Medleau of Tampa,
Fla., and Elayne Zelman of
Mayfield Hts., Ohio; two
brothers, Louis Nueman of
Oak Park and William Nue-
man of Menomonee Falls.,
Wis.; two sisters, Mrs.
David (Ann) Shacket of
Madison Heights and Mrs.
Harriet Cerda of Detroit;
five grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. Interment
Cleveland.

MINNIE FREEDLAND
died April 30. She leaves her
husband, Max; a brother,

Samuel Wang,
Philanthropist'

PAULA EVA
SHERBERG
MALKA
SHERBERG
and
MOISHE CHAIM
SHERBERG

NEW YORK — Samuel
H. Wang, a shipping execu-
tive, philanthropist and an
active member of the Zionist
Organization of America,
died May 2 at age 59.
Mr. Wang was a member
of the ZOA administrative
board and national chair-
man of its public affairs
committee. He was known
as a generous contributor to
the ZOA and to other Jew-
ish causes.
Mr. Wang was a pioneer
in the practice known as
"jumboizing" vessels — cut-
ting a ship in two and in-
serting a new and larger
midbody, increasing the
carrying capacity of the
"new" ship substantially.

And grandparents,
aunts, uncles and
cousins who died May
6, 1942, and whose
yahrzeit is marked 34
years to the day. Sadly
missed and never to be
forgotten by Harry
Sherberg.

He was active in the Israel
Bond Organization, the
American Friends of the
Hebrew University and the
American Friends of Boys-
town Jerusalem and trea-
surer of the New York
Board of Rabbis Advisory
Council.

- IDA MITZ

Who passed away
May 8, 1955. Never to
be forgotten by her
children and grand-
children.

In Loving Memory of
My Beloved Sister,
Mother and Brother

Alan Forman of Beverly
Hills, Calif.; and two sisters,
Mrs. David (Esther) Abels
of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs.
Molly Feldman of Alabama.
* * *
ANNA GRUBER, 25115
Biarritz Circle, Oak Park,
died May 5. Survived by her
husband, Philip.

died May 3. He leaves a son,
Leon A.; a daughter,' Mrs.
Leslie (Jeannette) Lowen;
five grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ROSEN-
HELEN
SHINE, former Detroiter
of Northbrook, Ill., died
April 28. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Maynard
(Doris) Cohen of Wilmette,
Ill.; a brother, Dr. William
Vidaver of Miami Beach,
Fla.; five sisters, Mrs. Na-
than (Ruth) Bright, Mrs.
Jessie Bright, Mrs. Ben
(Sophie) Shifrin, Mrs. Ezra
(Lena) Lipkin and Mrs. Rose
Bickman and two grandchil-
dren.
* * *
LILLIAN SILVER of
Detroit died May 5. She
leaves a son, William of
Windsor; a daughter, Mrs.
Bernard (Shirley) Ginns;
and five grandchildren.
* * *
HARRY SNYDER, died
April 29. He leaves his wife,
Betty; a son, Joseph; a
daughter, Mrs. Abraham
(Frances) Schwartz; six
grandchildren and two

JEAN HOWELL died
May 5. She leaves her hus-
band, David V.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Judith Richards
and Mrs. Gary (Joyce) Kolb
of Grand Blanc; her mother,
Mrs. Joseph (Ida) Gross; a
brother, Albert J. Silber; a
sister, Mrs. Alec (Esther)
Sherr; and three grandchil-
dren. Services 11:30 a.m.
today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.
* * *
FRANCES ' KRAUSE
died May 1. She leaves a son,
Morris G. Krause, a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Robert (Shirley)
Sontag; a brother, John
Franklin of California; two
sisters, Mrs. Charles (Eli-
zabeth) Roth of Miami, Fla.,
and Mrs. Renee Somlo of
Schnectady, N.Y., seven
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
* * *
ANNETTE BRODY
KOTKIN, 15700 Providence
Dr., Southfield, died May 5.
Survived by a son, William
Brody; a daughter. Mrs.
Dvera Mandel; a sister-, Mrs.
Fanny Gladstone; and seven
grandchildren.
* * *
HENRY LESSERMAN,
25120 Rue Versailles E.,
Oak Park, died April 30.
Survived by his wife, Paula;
a son, Louis; a sister, Mrs.
Bertha Siegel; and two
grandchildren.
* * *
ESTHER LEVIN, for-
mer Detroiter of Studio
City, Calif., died April 16.
Survived by her husband,
Maurice; a son, Harold of
Canoga Park, Calif.; a
daughter, Mrs. Walter
(Elaine) Stepanovich of
Honolulu, Hawaii; a
brother, Harry L. Friedman
of Southfield; and a sister,
Mrs. Sam (Donna) Trabman
of Detroit; and eight grand-
children. Interment Califor-
nia.

MAX LEVIN, 19100 W.
Seven Mile, died May 1. Sure
vived by a son, Norman of
Downey, Calif.; and a sister,
Mrs. Michael (Rachel) Al-
pert.
* * *
LESTER LIPSITZ,
29500 Franklin Rd., SoUth-
field, died May 4. Survived
by his wife, Mollie; two
brothers, Harry W. and
Joel; two sisters, Mrs.
George (Vivian) Dean and
Mrs. Stanley (Pamela)
Smoller.

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MORRIS A. LONDON

18325 W. 9 &MU RD., SOUTFIFIELC

great-grandchildren.
* * *
SHARON BECKY
STEPAK, former Detroiter
of Palmer Lake, Colo., died
May 2. Survived by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
(Pauline) Stepak; and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Peter (Phyllis)
McLennan of Chicago.
* *. *
ETHEL ZLETZ, former
Detroiter of Chicago, Ill.,
died April 30. Survived by
her husband, Julius; two
sons, William Zletz and
Alex Zletz, both "ofChicago;
a brother, Louis Marcus of
Cincinnati, Ohio; and three
grandchildren. Interment
Chicago.

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